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Terri West of Lucas retired from Texas Instruments after more than 35 years of service. She was an executive officer for almost 20 years, retiring as senior vice president in 2017. West is chair of the Texas Instruments Foundation Board of Directors and the United Way Foundation of Metropolitan Dallas Board of Directors, board member and immediate past chair of the UNT Mayborn School of Journalism Advisory Board, and a board member of The June Shelton School. She has also served on the boards for Dallas Regional Chamber, Boys & Girls Clubs of America Southwest Region, Dallas Arboretum, and public broadcasting station KERA. West holds a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from UNT.
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Carlos Munguia is president of the Dallas Region for Amegy Bank and hails from Dallas. He is a board member and former chairman of the UNT G. Brint Ryan College of Business Advisory Board, life member of the Salesmanship Club of Dallas, graduate from Leadership Dallas and Leadership Arts Institute, member Vistage CEO Board and Dallas Citizens Council, former board member and chairman Park Cities YMCA and Fine Arts Chamber Players, as well as former board member Entrepreneurship Institute, Presbyterian Housing Program, Town North YMCA, Southern Dallas Entrepreneurship Institute. Munguia holds a Bachelor Business Administration in Finance from UNT and graduated from Southwestern Graduate School Banking at Southern Methodist University.
Governor Abbott has appointed Terri West and reappointed Carlos Munguia to serve on the University North Texas System Board Regents until May 22nd 2029. Both individuals have extensive experience in their respective fields with impressive credentials that make them ideal candidates for this position.
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